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Mike Duffy’s Tv Today : A spouse on the run, disaster what-ifs and a macho luau (boreanaz mention)

Wednesday 6 September 2006, by Webmaster

"Bones" (8 p.m., WJBK-TV, Channel 2, Fox). All-points bulletin for a spousal louse. Brennan (Emily Deschanel) and Booth (David Boreanaz) apply their odd couple investigative smarts to the case of a missing pregnant woman, whose remains wash up on the shore. The hubby’s new girlfriend informs Booth that her lover boy disappeared after hearing news about the discovery of his wife’s corpse. Hmmm.

Whole lotta shakin’

"Explorer: L.A.’s Future Quake" (8 p.m., National Geographic Channel). Got ’dem Left Coast shake, rattle and Richter scale blues again. Pondering the Big One, "Explorer" rolls out the apocalyptic, computerized special effects to visually imagine what might happen to La La Land in the event of a monstrous 7.7 earthquake. Sweet dreams, Southern California.

Hung again?

"George Lopez" (8 p.m., WXYZ-TV, Channel 7, ABC). Marathon man. Grab the earplugs. "American Idol" sour notes celebrity William Hung makes a guest appearance in the first installment of a four-episode mini-marathon of encores. What’s the musical occasion? Loony crooning Hung is one of the wedding singers auditioning as George (George Lopez) hatches a plan for Angie’s (Constance Marie) dream wedding. Sounds more like a nuptials nightmare. (Rerun)

The real Snoop Dog

"Dog the Bounty Hunter" (9 p.m., A&E). Kill the pig, spill its blood! It’s luau time in Dogland as bounty hunting hotshot Duane (Dog) Chapman parties hearty with his team. Dog tosses a big luau where everyone looks back on their favorite bounty hunting moments from the show’s opening two seasons. Whenever I see the Dog, I think of the Village People singing "Macho, macho, man! I wanna be a macho man!"

Murdered mogul

"Justice" (9 p.m., WJBK-TV, Channel 2, Fox). Superstar legal shark Ron Trott (Victor Garber) and his team defend a pretty college girl accused of murdering a famous music mogul. OK, the tune tycoon supposedly had a very mean temper. And Bambi Cute Cake, real name Ann (Amanda Seyfried, "Big Love"), is absolutely, positively sure she stabbed Mr. Hitmaker in self-defense. Stick around for the weekly "Justice" flashback epilogue to see the real deadly truth.

9/11 + 5 = ?

"Five Years Later — How Safe Are We?" (10 p.m., WWJ-TV, Channel 62, CBS). Clash of the titans. Newly Anointed Supreme CBS News Diva Katie Couric steps out from behind the "CBS Evening News" anchor desk to speak with President George W. Bush at the White House about terrorism and threats to America five years after the 9/11 attacks. The special includes reports on the country’s homeland security and how Americans have been coping with lingering fears and anxiety.